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Festive sales: Retail sector’s light at the end of tunnel?

Festive sales: Retail sector’s light at the end of tunnel?

Value-based shopping is likely to continue to gain momentum during the festive period. Consumers could indulge in mid to big ticket purchases that they might have postponed due to the...
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Fisheries trade: Making ‘small’ the next ‘big’!

Fisheries trade: Making ‘small’ the next ‘big’!

Sustainable small-scale fisheries could be a major step towards attaining self-sufficiency and sustainability for India's marine products sector. However, given the buy low-sell high dynamics of the sector and the...
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Edtech startups can explore a sales-or subscription-based business model

Edtech startups can explore a sales-or subscription-based business model

Anindya Mallick, Partner, Deloitte India, opines that the business model to be adopted by edtech startups is typically determined by the development cost of platform and content and whether funding...
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Companies are the main actors in global trade today, instead of countries

Companies are the main actors in global trade today, instead of countries

Professor Manoj Pant, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, opines that the world has changed a lot, even though we’re still negotiating multilateral agreements on the basis of a pattern...
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Post-COVID, India is uniquely positioned to improve its exports

Post-COVID, India is uniquely positioned to improve its exports

Dr Sunitha Raju, IIFT, explains why India has high potential to improve trade post-COVID, given prospects of faster recovery in advanced economies and high income elasticity of its exports. Moreover,...
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NEWS BUZZ

India bags 34th rank in Nation Brand Index

The upside of India’s image is determined by the reputation strengths of its cultural heritage, exports, contribution to science and technology.


Solar tariffs may dip to record low levels

Solar tariffs may dip to record low levels since as over 5000 MW of bids were received for the 1070 MW solar tender issued by the SECI.


Govt makes AI disinvestment more attractive

Government has allowed prospective bidders the flexibility to decide the level of debt they wish to take on along with Air India.


ECONOMY

The Labour Codes

New labour codes, and the law of abundance

The new labour codes aim to boost enterprise and also p...

Sundaravalli Narayanaswami logistics

Make in India needs a unified transportation policy & top-class logistics network

Prof. Sundaravalli Narayanaswami, IIM Ahmedabad, believ...

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Indian economy needs strong immunity boosters

Prof D. Tripati Rao, IIM Lucknow opines that India need...

TRADE

Indian export pharma and food sector

Mixed bag for India’s exports so far in pandemic year

As India endeavours to stem the decline in exports of k...

India, port TPCI IBT

Major Port Authorities Bill, 2020: A leap forward for port modernisation

Major Port Authorities, Bill 2020 has been brought in t...

Global trade TPCI

Global trade projection: ‘Weak recovery’ over ‘return to trend’

The WTO has slightly improved its forecast for global t...

IBT Infographics

Specialty chemical exports TPCI

Indian chemical industry – Building a ‘climate’ of confidence

India’s chemical industry has benefitted from a gradual shift from China over the past few years due to the latter’s stricter environment norms. The current post-COVID ...

CHOPPER VIEW

Anindya Mallick, Partner, Deloitte India

Edtech startups can explore a sales-or subscription-based business model

Anindya Mallick, Partner, Deloitte India, opines that k...

World saw India as a reliable supplier of rice post-COVID

Nathi Ram Gupta, President, AIREA, is confident of a ne...

PLI scheme could boost prospects for fluoropolymers

Kapil Malhotra, Senior Vice President - Marketing, with...

PERSPECTIVES

Professor Manoj Pant, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade

Companies are the main actors in global trade today, instead of countries

Prof Manoj Pant, Director, IIFT, opines that global tra...

Post-COVID, India is uniquely positioned to improve its exports

Dr Sunitha Raju, IIFT, explains why India has high pote...

COVID-19 could set back globalisation clock by 5-10 years

Prof. P Rameshan, IIM-K, opines that regional free-trad...

Brands need to have a very good inbound marketing

Digital marketing allows marketers to map the digital b...

AGRICULTURE

Indian Fisheries TPCI

Fisheries trade: Making ‘small’ the next ‘big’!

Sustainable small-scale fisheries could be a major step...

Electronic trading of farm produce could take off in a big way

Prof. Kushankur Dey, IIM Lucknow, feels that institutio...

Shrimp industry: A chance at redemption?

Faced with stringent timelines for its summer productio...

Corporatisation of agriculture is not always bad

Corporatisation of agriculture win-win solution for far...

INDUSTRY

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Smart meters: Powering a Rs 65,000 crore opportunity

With the government giving a strong push to a nationwid...

Malt spirit production in India is hampered by a difficult regulatory environment

India’s success as large exporter of high-quality mal...

Indian whisky industry: Too early to say cheers?

A number of Indian origin blended/single malt spirits a...

Is the automotive sector back on the road to recovery?

The automotive sector is witnessing strong growth in Q2...

SERVICES

Indian Festiv Shopping

Festive sales: Retail sector’s light at the end of tunnel?

Value-based shopping is likely to continue to gain mome...

Most travel & tourism operators have not survived the pandemic

Rajiv Mehra, Vice President, IATO, opines that survival...

Pandemic dining: Restaurants prepare for an unforeseen post-script

Despite progressive lifting of lockdowns, business for ...

SEO is a marathon, not snakes & ladders!

Siddharth Lal, MD, Bruce Clay Australia talks about the...

STARTUPS & TECH

Prof. Dr. Vandana Sonwaney, Director, SIOM

Edtech startups can help bridge the gaps in Indian education system

Edtech start-ups design their products on education lif...

Consumer attention to content is increasingly fragmented

Unmish Parthasarthi, the Founder of Singapore-based gro...

How Influencers reshaped Marketing during Covid-19

Expected to become a $10 billion-dollar industry by end...

Digital payments: A game changer for Indian MSMEs?

Growth in digital payments is proving beneficial for In...

TRADE BASKET

Rice Export

A silver lining for Indian rice exports?

Rice exporters of India are expecting a windfall as Tha...

Potential export windfall for N-95 mask makers

A number of businesses had pivoted to the manufacturing...

Cotton trade: Spring season for the summer fabric?

As COVID-19 struck, millers have significantly cut on t...

Natural honey: At the tip of the beehive

India should accelerate efforts to boost its honey prod...

TRADE PARTNER

TPCI Countr Profile- Indonesia

India-Indonesia trade: Time for a strong expression of intent

India and Indonesia plan to double bilateral trade by 2...

A return to basics for the French economy

With a severe GDP decline by 13.8% in Q2, 2020, the Fre...

Poland has a well-developed R&D and startup ecosystem

Ada Dyndo, Head of Foreign Trade Office in Mumbai, Poli...

South Korea: Stepping into Make for India 2.0?

Even as its economy copes with the COVID-19 led recessi...

WORLDVIEW

Herd immunity: A fallacy or the unavoidable reality?

Immunization programmes require massive funding, infras...

Solar Energy: Eclipsing the earth’s future?

Governments across the world are aggressively adopting ...

Indo-Norway cooperation transcends traditional contours of trade

Helge Tryti, Commercial Counsellor, Royal Norwegian Emb...

Ireland is an attractive destination for growth-stage Indian startups

Tanaz Buhariwalla, Director, IDA Ireland, discusses Ire...

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